France is one of the most attractive countries in Europe. No surprise that more than 80 million tourists to France to go to explore the country each year. France boasts culture, cuisine, fashion, history and lifestyle. It’s hard to adequately describe the attractiveness of France, which have certain visitors new experiences themselves fully felt.
If you are looking for locations for his journey to discover the destinations below to make sure you are up to as you explore the land of wine, cheese and bread.
Eiffel Tower – Paris
The Eiffel Tower was designed by Gustave Eiffel built in 1889 for the Expo to celebrate the centennial of the French Revolution, has become the symbol of Paris and is one of the top tourist destinations in France. It can be seen from almost any point in the city.
In the summer months, when the peak tourist season, the line of people lined up to wait to visit low is very long. You can walk to the first floor, (360 stairs) or the second floor (700 stairs). From the 2nd floor with elevator to take visitors up to the higher floors. There is an observation room surrounded by glass, so you do not need to go out in strong winds to get a panoramic 360 degree view of the city from more than 3,048 meters.
Pont du Gard – Near Nimes
A masterpiece of Roman architecture, the Pont du Gard as part of a Roman aqueduct system transporting water that springs from the neighboring city of Uzès to Nimes. The building does not use mortar, this bridge contains 4.4 million gallons per day on its highest level. The lower level serves as the bridge over the Gard River.
After not being used for over 1700 years, the bridge has been restored in the 19th century now, tourists buy a plane ticket to France can drive through the lower floor and two upstairs passing. Guests can watch the bridge, swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Gard River, or record your favorite moments with the bridge, a Unesco World
Abbey Mont – St – Michel
Unique architecture is connected to the mainland by a causeway built in 1877, the monastery of St-Michel Mont-is one of the destinations that you should not miss out on the journey of discovery. The buildings on this day has become an island isolated from the 11th century Inspired by an apparition of St. Michael, Bishop Tombe build a chapel on the island. Mont St Michel’s beauty is striking when seen from a distance, especially at sunrise or sunset.
This beautiful castle is located on the headwaters of the River Cher. Built in 1513 by Katherine Briconnet (wife of Charles VIII of France), it has been renovated to more attractive by Diane de Poitiers (mistress of King Henry II) and Catherine de ‘Medici (wife of King Henry II), castle was saved from destruction during the French Revolution by Madame Louise Dupin (the wife of a wealthy Frenchman, Claude Dupin). Travelers are advised to take a guided tour to learn about the fascinating history of this architectural jewel.
During the visit guests will admire Renaissance furniture, a vast complex tapestry of the sixteenth century, the seventeenth and a large number of masterpieces of Le Primatice, Rubens, Le Tintoret, Rigaud, Nattier and Valves Loo. Be sure to have enough time to explore the exquisite gardens around this long.
City of Cambridge
Cambridge attracts visitors with ancient buildings with beautiful arches, small roads clean, the people hospitable and extremely likeable. You will be surprised by the prevailing bikes on the streets, from the point of students who go to school, because here particularly liked the people here very friendly media environment.
Speaking to Cambridge you will think of the famous university, the largest number of international students leading. This is a modern learning environment for teaching equipment and professional trainers, it also has trained a lot of talent to the world. These include the two most famous universities is the Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge University.